mining induced displacement and resettlement

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  • Mining-induced displacement and resettlement: a

    15-01-2015  Our focus is mining-induced displacement and resettlement (MIDR). We argue that the dominance of DIDR as a singular frame of reference limits the extent to which the particularities of MIDR can be understood and accounted for. This limitation has pronounced and detrimental effects on contemporary resettlement practice in the global mining industry.

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  • Mining-induced displacement and resettlement:

    01-05-2019  Mining-induced displacement and resettlement (MIDR) can cause major social disruption and affect the socioeconomic condition of resettled persons, yet it is an inevitable outcome of incremental mineral exploitation (Kemp, Owen, Collins, 2017; Owen Kemp, 2015).

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  • Avoiding New Poverty: Mining-Induced Displacement and ...

    The problem of mining-induced displacement and resettlement (MIDR) poses major risks to societal sustainability. Unfortunately, no global survey has assessed the scale of MIDR. Available evidence suggests that the problem is significant. Mining displaced

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  • MINING-INDUCED DISPLACEMENT AND RESETTLEMENT (MIDR ...

    Mining-Induced Displacement and Resettlement: A Critical Appraisal. Journal of Cleaner Production. 9 Unlike other industries, mining companies face uncertainty around land use – they are not always able to predict long-term needs.

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  • Avoiding New Poverty: Mining-Induced Displacement and ...

    Avoiding New Poverty: Mining-Induced Displacement and Resettlement 3 Executive Summary The problem of mining-induced displacement and resettlement (MIDR) poses major risks to societal sustainability. Unfortunately, no global survey has assessed the scale of MIDR. Available evidence suggests that the problem is significant.

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  • Mining-Induced Displacement and

    Mining-induced displacement is currently not a statistically significant category of development-induced displacement and resettlement (DIDR). Nevertheless, the social costs of exploitation are great, and that is why the topic is worthy of a wider and more profound scientific analysis.

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  • MINING-INDUCED DISPLACEMENT AND RESETTLEMENT

    Mining-Induced Displacement and Resettlement: A Critical Appraisal. Journal of Cleaner Production. 9 Unlike other industries, mining companies face uncertainty around land use – they are not always able to predict long-term needs. Land is often secured on an ‘as needs’ basis, as projects expand. 1.

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  • Mining-induced displacement and resettlement

    Underground mining in China has incited severe land subsidence causing the forced eviction of millions of farmers. Here we report on one of the earliest Chinese studies on Mining-Induced Displacement and Resettlement (MIDR), based on a farm household survey (n = 230) and semi-structured interviews (n = 29) in Shaanxi, Shanxi, Shandong, Jiangsu, Chongqing and Hunan.

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  • Mining-induced displacement and resettlement

    abstract = "Underground mining in China has incited severe land subsidence causing the forced eviction of millions of farmers. Here we report on one of the earliest Chinese studies on Mining-Induced Displacement and Resettlement (MIDR), based on a farm household survey (n = 230) and semi-structured interviews (n = 29) in Shaanxi, Shanxi, Shandong, Jiangsu, Chongqing and Hunan.

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  • Human Rights Perspective Of Mining Induced

    Mining-induced displacement and resettlement is not just a problem about of individual human rights defilements, but also relating to shared rights, community-corporation clashes, the fight for resources, access to traditional and arable land, indigenous rights, the problem of sovereignty of tribal persons and local societies, and sustainable development (Aboagye, 2014).

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  • Bogumil Terminski MINING-INDUCED DISPLACEMENT AND ...

    Mining-Induced Displacement and Resettlement, published in 2002 by professor Theodore E. Downing. 3 Another equally important book concerning this issue is the report, Dirty Materials: Mining, communities and environment , prepared in 2004 by Oxfam America Earthworks. 4 My

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  • Mining-induced displacement and resettlement

    Request PDF Mining-induced displacement and resettlement in China: A study covering 27 villages in 6 provinces Underground mining in China has incited severe land subsidence causing the forced ...

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  • [PDF] Avoiding New Poverty: Mining-Induced

    Corpus ID: 55687544. Avoiding New Poverty: Mining-Induced Displacement and Resettlement @inproceedings{Downing2002AvoidingNP, title={Avoiding New Poverty: Mining-Induced Displacement and Resettlement}, author={T. Downing}, year={2002} }

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  • Global mining induced displacement and

    Global mining induced displacement and resettlement (MIDR) events dataset The database includes records of mining induced displacement and resettlement events. Records are structured around “events” rather than “mining projects” on the basis that a mining project will often undertake, or induce, several displacements over the course of its lifecycle.

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  • Mining-induced displacement and resettlement:

    Physical displacement, relocation and resettlement are widely acknowledged as posing enormous social risk. For over four decades, scholars, campaigners and project-affected people have sought to highlight the effects of development-induced displacement and resettlement (DIDR).

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  • Mining-induced displacement and resettlement:

    Mining is currently not a statistically significant category of development-induced displacement. Nevertheless, the social costs of exploitation are great, and that is why the topic is worthy of a wider and more profound scientific analysis. The first displacement caused by mining dates back to the late nineteenth century.

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  • Mining-Induced Displacement and

    Mining-induced displacement is currently not a statistically significant category of development-induced displacement and resettlement (DIDR). Nevertheless, the social costs of exploitation are great, and that is why the topic is worthy of a wider and more profound scientific analysis.

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  • Mining-induced displacement and resettlement in Colombia

    Mining-induced displacement and resettlement in Colombia Socio-economic and cultural consequences of resettlements of campesinos and indigenous people - The case of the Cerrejón open pit mine in La Guajira Masterarbeit vorgelegt von Benedikt Hora bei Univ. Prof. Dr. Martin Coy Universität Innsbruck August 2014

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  • (PDF) Mining-induced displacement and

    Mining-induced displacement and resettlement: a critical appraisal

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  • CSRM OCCASSIONAL PAPERS: MINING INDUCED DISPLACEMENT

    CSRM OCCASSIONAL PAPERS: MINING INDUCED DISPLACEMENT AND RESETTLEMENT SERIES. 1 1.0 INTRODUCTION Mining can present significant opportunities for development, both in terms of the commodities produced and the socio-economic benefits that can be delivered to local

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  • The mining-induced displacement and resettlement: The ...

    The mining-induced displacement and resettlement: The church as a leaven and ecclesiology in context’s response Natural resources, especially minerals from the earth, are to be protected by humanity. The church, which acts as leaven in the world is called to rise and address the unfriendly mining activities called mining-induced displacement ...

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  • Human Rights Perspective Of Mining Induced

    Mining-induced displacement and resettlement is not just a problem about of individual human rights defilements, but also relating to shared rights, community-corporation clashes, the fight for resources, access to traditional and arable land, indigenous rights, the problem of sovereignty of tribal persons and local societies, and sustainable development (Aboagye, 2014).

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  • Development-induced displacement - Wikipedia

    Development-induced displacement and resettlement (DIDR) occurs when people are forced to leave the his subset of forced migration has been historically associated with the construction of dams for hydroelectric power and irrigation but is also the result of various development projects such as mining, agriculture, the creation of military installations, airports, industrial plants, weapon ...

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  • DEVELOPMENT-INDUCED DISPLACEMENT AND

    The most important causes of development-induced displacement (47) 4.1 Construction of Dams and Irrigation Projects (47) 4.2 Development of transportation infrastructure (57) 4.3Urbanization, re-urbanization, transformation of urban space and population redistribution schemes in urban areas (58) 4.4 Deforestation and the expansion of agriculture (59) 4.5 Mining and transportation of resources ...

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